Seafood Recipes

I was raised in Florida and Dad always had a boat, at first a small runabout that we used for fishing on the inland waterways, and after many years, a 32' cabin cruiser that we could take into the ocean. We loved fishing and spent many quality hours together bringing home dinner. I live inland now, but if I still lived on the coast I would be Fishhead. I love fish and I consider it meat since it is the protein based muscle of an animal.

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grilled lobster
Everybody's had boiled lobster, but I'm here to tell you that lobster is at its apex fresh from the grill. Yes, the dry heat makes it just a bit... read more
Sous-Vide-Que Lobster Tail
At my house, it's not every day that we have lobster for dinner. When we do, I want to make sure that the meat comes out moist and tender, not like... read more
shrimp po boy
According to John Mariani in his thoroughly researched book How Italian Food Conquered the World, New Orleans barbecue shrimp was created by Pascal's... read more
cookstons bacon wrapped shrimp
Melissa Cookston is the world's best competition barbecue cook. She won the title at the 2012 Kingsford Invitational head to head against the winners... read more
salmon salad
It was a quick weekend getaway with my wife to Portland, OR. What a great city! As luck would have it we stumbled into a wine and food festival on... read more
shrimp anatomy
There are many types of shrimp and prawns, and in the wild they are among the most important animals in the ocean food chain. Fish love them, whales... read more
mussels in the shell
When I was a boy, I lost too many fishing days scraping too many baby mussels from the bottom of my Dad's runabout. As much as I enjoyed using the... read more
glazed salmon
No fish is more grill or smoker friendly than salmon. Long before Europeans set foot in North America, Native Americans and Native Canadians on the... read more
littleneck clams
There are many varieties of clam. Those in the pictures on this page are Littlenecks. Quahogs, Cherrystones, and Littlenecks, are all Quahogs of... read more
Surf and Turf
Those "unlimited bread sticks and salad" chains may be fine for an ordinary date night but for a special romantic dinner like Valentine's Day,... read more

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